You’ve probably been told you need to cut calories to lose weight and that’s true to an extent.
You DO need what’s known as a calorie deficit to lose fat.
This is when you’re eating fewer calories than you burn, which forces your body to burn fat.
That’s basic science but so many people I’ve worked with (people just like you) have been told they need to go on very low-calorie diets and get to the gym 5x per week to lose weight
This isn’t only wrong…it’s dangerous and it can actually make you fatter in the long run.
When you drop your calories too low, your cravings go through the roof.
You struggle to stay awake and you feel hungry 24/7.
You might stick to your diet and gym regime for 3 days, a week, 2 weeks, maybe even a month if you’re super dedicated.
Pretty soon though, the cravings become too much and you binge.
In one binge, it’s easy to put away 5,000-10,000 calories.
You are well and truly off the wagon AGAIN.
Now you feel guilty and think:
“There’s no point carrying on with my diet, I may as well give up.”
So please, stop crash dieting.
I’ve spent thousands of pounds across multiple courses over 10 years and I’m telling you, going too aggressive will always make you fatter in the long-run.
If you want to avoid this and GENUINELY get some weight off before the Winter months help you pile it on…
This closes in a couple of days and the numbers are growing nicely.
See you in there,